Contemporary Idioms

Raven’s Caw
Raven’s Caw as an idiom means the arrival of some fortunate news. I hope to get a raven’s caw today.

 

Missile
Missile as an idiom means criticizing someone strongly. My boss became a missile.
Showers of Blessing
Showers of Blessing as an idiom mean getting a large sum of money through a windfall. Lord give me showers of blessing.
Mercury
Mercury as an idiom means, being secretive. I do not carry mercury with me.
Claws of a Bird
Claws of a bird as an idiom means, mocking someone. Many people enact the claws of the bird.
Honey
Honey as an idiom means gaining a large sum of money perhaps by a windfall. Dear Lord Jesus Jehovah grant me honey and bless me.
Green Grass
Green Grass as an idiom means being an intellectual. The existential philosopher Jean Paul Sartre is a Green Grass.
Coffin
Coffin as an idiom means to be coldhearted. My boss behaved like a coffin.
Sewing Machine
Sewing Machine as an idiom means doing a work with diligence. When it comes to studies, she is a sewing machine.
Melody and Rhythm
Melody and Rhythm as an idiom mean being filled with happiness. I experience melody and rhythm when I am with my dear children.
Masala
Masala is an Indian word and it means various ingredients used for making meat. Masala as an idiom means various thoughts going on the mind. My mind is a masala.
Flight of a Bird
Flight of a bird as an idiom means getting a lucrative job offer. I won’t mind a flight of a bird occurring to me.
Coolie
Coolie as an idiom means to work for a low paid job. Right now I am a coolie.
On Board
On Board as an idioms means trying your luck at the lotteries. I am always on board.
Beer
Beer as an idiom means accomplishing something. I am preparing myself to be a beer.
Floating Balloon
Floating Balloon as an idiom means an increasing financial status. I wish to be floating balloon.
Rainbow
Rainbow as an idiom means to be very charismatic. Jesus Christ is a rainbow.
Bound in Chains
Bound in Chains as an idiom means being lethargic. I am sometimes bound in chains.
Signature
Signature as an idiom means showing off or being highfalutin. The affluent man indulged in being a signature.
King with a Crown
King with a Crown as an idiom means being very lucky. Lord I wish to be a King with a crown.
Stale Mangoes
Stale mangoes as an idiom means being stressful. Sometimes my mind is a stale mango.
Queen
Queen as an idiom means a beautiful lady. Princess Diana was a queen.
Vodka
Vodka as an idiom means to succumb to temptations. Dear God Jehovah Jesus I am weak in the flesh and sometimes I fall for a Vodka.
Nectar
Nectar as an idiom means a blessing of God. Oh God Jehovah Jesus pour your nectar upon me.

Peculiarities of the English Language

I was going through a 9th grade English Grammar text and lo I stumbled upon something that is so peculiar, that which disintegrates all that is sensible.
Here is the example: Every Boy and Every Girl is to wear uniform. What is peculiar in this sentence is there are two noun subjects: Every Boy and Every Girl. What is fascinatingly ironic is, the verb is (singular) instead of are (plural)is used.
Boys and Girls find it difficult to comprehend the meanings. I wonder who is the maestro who created such ambiguities of language?

A Compilation of New Idioms

Out to Make a Fast Buck
Out to make a fast buck as an idiom means exploiting someone financially. When it comes to money matters he is a fast buck.
Butterfly
Butter fly was an idiom means being very happy. If I win a jackpot bumper, I will be a butterfly.
Covered with snow
Covered with snow means, encountering a problematic situation. In my life I don’t want to be covered with snow.

Ice
Ice means a cadaver. The ice was kept in the morgue.

Cut it open
Cut it open as an idiom means examining the feelings of a person. Let me cut it open. I don’t like anybody cutting me open.

Tree of Knowledge
Tree of knowledge stands for a conspiracy. The writing and the logo of the 1$ Bill is a tree of knowledge.

Good Weather
Good weather represents a happy and pleasant life. Dear God, how I long for a life of good weather. Oh God Jehovah Jesus may my life from today onwards be one of good weather.

Pestilence
Pestilence means to have troubles and worries in life. I don’t want my life to be one of pestilences.

Tongue of the Serpent
Tongue of the serpent means to speak falsely. I don’t indulge with the tongue of the serpent.

Flight of Birds
Flight of Birds represents a huge windfall gain. Oh Dear God Jehovah Jesus may I have the flight of birds tomorrow.

Green
Green stands for being wealthy. Oh God, let be green on this earth.

Blessing
Blessing as an idiom means a life of joy. Oh God, let my life be a blessing.

Bloom
Bloom means to have an orgasm. I bloomed in her.

Kangaroo’s pouch
Kangaroo’s pouch as an idiom means to take bribes. The corrupt official takes the kangaroo’s pouch.

Dry Fruit
Dry fruit represents something lucky to happen after waiting for a long period of time. I hope a dry fruit will happen to me as soon as possible.

Climbing Ladders
Climbing ladders shows a person with optimism. In my walk of life I am climbing ladders.

Bracelet
Bracelet means a beautiful woman. Princess Diana was a bracelet.

On the Roof
On the roof stands for a lucky phase in one’s life. Yes my days will be transformed into standing on the roof.

On Fire
On fire means to have a troubled mind. I don’t wish my life to be on fire.

Shark
Shark as an idiom means to be an aggressive person. When it comes to matters of business he is a shark.

Opera
Opera stands a work of art. Picasso’s Guernica is an opera.

Forest
Forest as an idiom means to have a mind of lively imagination. Sometimes my mind is a forest.

Garden of Eden
Garden of Eden is to have a life of comfort, ease and luxury. I pine my life for it to be a Garden of Eden.

Saving Pennies
Saving Pennies means to be very stingy. In my life I am not saving pennies.

 

New Idioms

Robe a Priest
Robe a priest as an Idiom means to take the matter seriously. The matter discussed is to robe a priest.

Virgin
Virgin as an Idiom means a beginner. I am a virgin of Greek Language.


Brain Dead

Brain Dead as an idiom means being unemployed. Right now I am brain dead.

Big Bang
Big Bang as an Idiom means to have an orgasm. It is good to experience a big bang.

Idioms

Steal Some Scotch
Steal some scotch as an idiom means being unfair to someone. My former employer stole some scotch. I don’t steal scotch.

On the Rocks
On the Rocks as an idiom means getting a windfall bonanza. Will on the rocks occur to me today?

Smell of a Dog
This idiom comes from a Police Dog. Smell of a dog as an idiom means unraveling a plot, mystery or crime. Smell of a dog is used for Crime Detection.

Nebulization

Nebulization is a medical term and it refers, for example an asthmatic patient doing an inhalation. As an Idiom it means cleaning the junk in the mind. My resolve not to watch pornography is an act of Nebulization.

Wear a Hat
Wear a Hat is an idiom means striking a new business deal or opportunity. Now a days it is common for businesses to wear a hat.

Strike Gold
Strike Gold as an idiom means being affluent and successful. It’s my wish to Strike Gold.